Spanish quantitative adjectives: cada/todos
In Spanish these adjectives expressing quantity are used to say every/each:
Notice that cada is invariable and is always followed by a singular noun or a number plus plural noun.
Ella toma sus pastillas cada ocho horas.
She takes her pills every eight hours.
Todos/-as + los/las + [noun]
Cada and todos/-as are interchangeable
Have a look and listen to this examples:
Difference between todo/-a and cada
Be careful because you can't use todo/-a (singular form) in the same way. Have a look at these two sentences and notice how the meaning changes:
Creo que ella va a estar en el centro todo el día.
I think she will be in the centre all day.
Creo que ella va a estar en el centro todos los días.
I think she will be in the centre every day.
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